As the world's rich meet for the World Economic Forum in Davos, their festivities are as usual heralded by the Oxfam report on global inequality — a highly controversial study which should be taken with a grain of salt.
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For years, scientists have raised concerns about the ethical implications of artificial intelligence. Facebook said it chose Germany because of its position "at the forefront of the conversation."
Tens of thousands of people flooded the streets of Athens to voice their disapproval of a name deal with neighboring Macedonia. Greece's parliament is due to vote this week on whether or not to ratify the deal.
Bremen's Eiswette charity event refused to invite Bremen's substitute mayor because she is a woman. The president of the men's club said "even the pope wouldn't have been invited if he were a woman."
The blast reportedly hit near an intelligence office in Damascus. Separately, Syrian officials say they repelled Israeli missiles near Damascus' airport, while Israel says it intercepted a rocket in Golan Heights.
Arif Sagdic survived a nail bomb attack perpetrated by NSU right-wing extremist terrorists in 2004, but what he went through in the aftermath was far worse. Now he is spreading awareness so that things will change.
May has outlined a plan to change or remove the Northern Ireland backstop from the EU withdrawal agreement. A parliamentary plot to take control of the withdrawal process appears to be gaining traction.
Police in Northern Ireland arrested two men after a car bomb was detonated in the town of Londonderry. Two other men were arrested on Sunday. Investigators believe the attack was linked with New IRA militants.
Zimbabwean authorities will hold opponents "fully accountable" for the unrest, and a spokesman described the deadly crackdown as "just a foretaste" of the future. President Mnangagwa has cut short a foreign trip.
Fear has returned to Colombia, two years after the government signed a peace deal with FARC rebels. Real peace remains an illusion, as this week’s bomb attack has shown. Ofelia Harms Arruti reports from Bogota.
The new Mexican government is battling the mafia's massive theft of gasoline. But the consequences are a lack of fuel, growing unrest among the population — and a deadly blaze that resulted from desperate siphoning.
Ulrich Zwingli has been remembered at an ecumenical service in Zurich, Switzerland. Zwingli quarrelled with Germany's Martin Luther about the ritual of communion.
Rescuers found at least two bodies following a nighttime blaze at the French ski center of Courchevel, authorities said. Some 60 people were evacuated from a workers' accommodation building in the upscale resort.
The coming week begins with a total lunar eclipse. We explain where the rare phenomenon can be seen, when, and why the Earth satellite becomes a blood moon.
The INF treaty is beyond saving: The Cold War is back, and colder than ever, says Christian F. Trippe.
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In a video, Merkel emphasized the importance of German-French ties and explained why a new friendship treaty is needed.
His family has expressed shock at "the loss of this big figure."
From Bayern to Dortmund, all you need to know about matchday 18 in the Bundesliga.
At the halfway-mark of Trump's term it's time to acknowledge the impact he's had — and ask how much more is to come.
Cubans have created an entire system of informal tricks around the selling of real-estate.
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